Semi-modular synths Bengal and Pallas come with new features and improved functionality, while OSCiLLOT provides an extensive modular environment to experiment with.
Pallas brings the versatility of a semi-modular interface to the world of analog-modelling synthesis. Built around a flexible virtual patchbay, Pallas gives users immense control over a wide range of bold and unique sounds.
On top of several UI improvements and performance optimization changes, Pallas’ second oscillator now has a waveshaper with 25 different waveshapes and a mix parameter.
Combining the textural intricacy of FM synthesis with the freeform approach of a modular system, Bengal is a sound designer’s dream with its four operators, twelve voices of polyphony, six audio effects and a flexible modulation architecture centred on an interactive virtual patchbay.
Bengal’s new features include individual glide on the first and second operators, an additional delay parameter on the operator envelopes, the ability to switch delay envelopes from DADSR type to D free mode, patch-out points for the free envelopes in the patchbay, and resets per lane on the sequencer (octave, semitones, velocity).
OSCiLLOT is a complete modular system for Ableton Live. The more than 100 modules – including oscillators, processors, filters, mixers, modulators, amplifiers, shapers, sequencers, utilities and more – comprise the basic building blocks of many electronic instruments and effects.